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Artist Title Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
King Khan & the Shrines  Born To Die   Options Idle No More  Merge  2013    0:00:00 Pop‑up)  
Blues Magoos  Gotta Get Away   Options Psychedelic Lollipop  Sundazed  1966/2011  Not ot be confused with the RED Magoos!  0:02:47 Pop‑up)  
Creatures of the Golden Dawn  Remembering Memory Lane   Options Keys to the Kingdom  Collectables   1997  WFMU's Stu Rutherford on bass!  0:05:38 Pop‑up)  
Night Beats  As You Want   Options Sonic Bloom  Reverberation Appreciation Society  2013    0:07:22 Pop‑up)  
Chuck Berry  Ramona Say Yes   Options The Chess Box  MCA  1966/1988    0:09:49 Pop‑up)  
Figures of Light  Buy Before You Die   Options     2014  brand new track  0:12:12 Pop‑up)  
Ramones  California Sun   Options Leave Home  Sire/Rhino  1977/2001    0:13:58 Pop‑up)  
Lydia Loveless  They Don't Know   Options Somewhere Else  Bloodshot  2014  great cover  0:17:39 Pop‑up)  
Nikita the K  Radio Moscow   Options         0:25:34 Pop‑up)  
4 Score  Mini-Skirt   Options various - Party Party Party  Arf! Arf!  1967/2004    0:29:30 Pop‑up)  
The Fuzz  Somebody Like You   Options s/t  Munster  2013  not the Ty Segall band. memphis scenesters  0:32:09 Pop‑up)  
Husbands  B.I.L.L.Y.   Options There's Nothing I'd Like More Than To See You Dead  Swami  2006    0:34:13 Pop‑up)  
Dirty Fences  What's That Strange?   Options Too High to Kross  Volcom  2013    0:36:46 Pop‑up)  
Brimstone Howl  Sweet Nothings   Options Magic Hour  Certified PR  2013  2009 recordings by Jim Diamond finally released  0:38:57 Pop‑up)  
The Frowning Clouds  Shoe Suede Blues   Options Whereabouts  Ant Fade  2013  this is the name of peter tork's band.hmmm  0:43:36 Pop‑up)  
Bad Sports  Terrible Place   Options Bras  Dirtnap  2013    0:45:39 Pop‑up)  
La La Brooks  Two Wrongs   Options All Or Nothing  Norton  2013    0:50:00 Pop‑up)  
Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps  Cat Man   Options       happy birthday to the late great Gene Vincent. By request  0:59:59 Pop‑up)  
Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps  Double Talkin' Baby   Options       I will admit to not knowing this song until the stray cats covered it  1:02:13 Pop‑up)  
Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps  Bluejean Baby   Options       check out Paul McCartney's cool cover of this on Run Devil Run  1:04:26 Pop‑up)  
Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps  Race With the Devil   Options The Screaming End: The Best Of Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps        1:06:16 Pop‑up)  
Darrell Glenn   Don't Let Me Down   Options various - Country Goes Rock and Roll Vol. 2: The New Breed  Rev-Ola  2006    1:08:20 Pop‑up)  
John Paul Keith  Baby We're A Bad Idea   Options Memphis Circa 3 AM  Big Legal Mess  2013    1:11:21 Pop‑up)  
A-Bones  Go Go Go For Louie's Place   Options The Lfe of Riley/Free Beer For Life CD  1+2 Records  1991  Surfaris cover!  1:15:28 Pop‑up)  
Screamin' Jay Hawkins   All Night   Options       Screamin' Jay tribute night this Thursday at otto's shrunken head with the A-Bones!  1:18:22 Pop‑up)  
The U-Turns  I'm Down   Options The Death of Garage Rock 7 inch  Norton    A&R by Murray Decay!  1:26:52 Pop‑up)  
The Hornets  Give Me a Kiss   Options various - The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 4: 1964  Hip-O Select  1964/  caused such a stir when we played it 2 weeks ago, figured it was worth another spin. produced by Andre Williams, Johnny Carroll involved  1:28:22 Pop‑up)  
Micragirls  Lone Twister   Options Feeling Dizzy Honey?  Bone Voyage  2006  Murray the K original! One of many 5th beatles!  1:30:39 Pop‑up)  
Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs  How Do You Catch a Girl   Options The MGM Singles  Sundazed  /2011    1:33:13 Pop‑up)  
The Imperial Surfers  The Splib   Options various - Soundflat Records' Ballroom Bash Vol. 2  Soundflat      1:35:58 Pop‑up)  
Richie Allen and the Pacific Surfers  Skeg-Along Pete   Options The Rising Surf  Sundazed  1963/2006    1:38:21 Pop‑up)  
Rolling Stones  I Wanna Be Your Man   Options Singles Collection: The London Years  ABKCO      1:40:38 Pop‑up)  
The Out Cast  Everything's Alright   Options various - GS I Love You: Japanese Garage Bands Of The 1960s  Big Beat      1:41:52 Pop‑up)  
Jokers Wild  All I See Is You   Options various - Garage Beat 66 Vol. 6: Speak of the Devil  Sundazed      1:45:18 Pop‑up)  
Fourth Ryke  You're Cutting Out   Options various - Don't Press Your Luck: The IN Sound of 60's Connecticut  Sundazed      1:48:29 Pop‑up)  
Peter & the Silhouettes  Claudette Jones   Options various - Down Under Nuggets  Festival  ?/2012    1:48:38 Pop‑up)  
Chancellors  Dear John   Options various - Scream Loud!!! The Fenton Story  Way Back      1:50:21 Pop‑up)  
Lee Ranaldo y Los Dust  Revolution Blues   Options 7"  El Segell Del Primavera      2:06:12 Pop‑up)  
Steve Wynn  Sleeps With Angels   Options Up There: Home Recordings 2000 to 2008  Short Run  2013  another neil cover  2:10:48 Pop‑up)  
David Bowie  Valentine's Day   Options The Next Day  Columbia/ISO  2013    2:13:23 Pop‑up)  
Brendan Benson  Rejuvenate Me   Options You Were Right  Readymade  2013    2:16:17 Pop‑up)  
The Sadies  Starting All Over Again   Options Internal Sounds  Yep Roc  2013    2:18:36 Pop‑up)  
Bobby Womack  Bouquet of Roses   Options various - Dirty Laundry: The Soul of Black Country  Trikont  1976/2006  eddy arnold number  2:22:12 Pop‑up)  
Sharon Tandy & Fleur de Lys  Hold On   Options various - Destroy That Boy! More Girls With Guitars  Ace  1968/2009    2:25:51 Pop‑up)  
Neil Diamond  New Orleans   Options The Bang Years 1966-1968  Legacy  1967/2011    2:28:06 Pop‑up)  
Davie Allan & the Arrows  Devil's Carnival   Options Cycle Breed: 18 Vintage Widescreen Rarities And Unissued Cuts  Sundazed  1967/2006  from the Devil's Angels soundtrack  2:30:50 Pop‑up)  
            2:32:08 Pop‑up)  
Fergus & Geronimo  Drones   Options Funky Was the State of Affairs  Hardly Art  2012    2:36:04 Pop‑up)  
Limiñanas  Alicante   Options Costa Blanca  Trouble In Mind  2014    2:38:05 Pop‑up)  
Kiss Kiss Karate Passion  Ho Girl   Options I Can't  Les Disques Steak  2013    2:42:01 Pop‑up)  
Suspicious Beasts  With the Devil   Options Never Bloom  Alien Snatch  2013    2:44:39 Pop‑up)  
Shoes  My Anisette   Options Bazooka  Numero Group  1975/2013    2:46:44 Pop‑up)  
The Tunes  I Don't Wanna See   Options Love Uncool  Cheap Rewards  1979/2013    2:50:09 Pop‑up)  
First Base  I'm All Alone Again   Options s/t  HoZac  2013    2:52:57 Pop‑up)  
Epicycle  You're Not Gonna Get It   Options You're Not Gonna Get It: 1978-81  HoZac      2:55:10 Pop‑up)  
Keetie and The Kats  Way Out   Options         2:57:49 Pop‑up)  

Listener comments!

Avatar 12:03pm cd tap:

Avatar 12:04pm MattBelow:

Avatar 12:04pm cd tap:

yeah! Magoos. I was in a group that covered this once..
Avatar 12:05pm SmokinJ:

Love the Magoos!
Avatar 12:05pm Cheri Pi:

Heya JB! Sounding great so far.
Avatar 12:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...imagining the light-up electric suits...if they didn't catch on, @ least they probably didn't catch on fire...
  12:07pm chris:

I think the B52's must have known the Blue Magoos-- that could have been one of their songs, just needs a lobster noise
Avatar 12:08pm MissV:

Holla from downtown Mannahatta !
Avatar 12:09pm cd tap:

Avatar 12:10pm Joe B:

Hi everyone! thanks for tuning in! appreciate it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12pm Dominick:

I approve Ramona's monkey
Avatar 12:13pm Cheri Pi:

Avatar 12:15pm cd tap:

Buy Before You Die = quality one note song
Avatar 12:15pm MattBelow:

Can't blame 'em for "leaving home" with this shite weather!
Avatar 12:16pm cd tap:

I'm in full support of shite weather. bring on the inches!
Avatar 12:17pm SmokinJ:

Totally digging the 10 below zero thing! 8-)
  12:17pm John L.:

Never heard this Chuck Berry tune before. Killer. Hey, it's Gene Vincent's birthday. Do you have a copy of "Catman" sitting around? I'm on a mission to make sure the whole world hears Cliff Gallup's playing on that song.
Avatar 12:17pm Dr. Goot:

Killer opening set Mr. B!
Avatar 12:18pm Elisa In Italy:

Tap what Cheri Pi? :)
Avatar 12:18pm cd tap:

All hail Mr. Vincent....[hand on heart, head cast downward]
Avatar 12:19pm Cheri Pi:

Elisa, you minx <3
Avatar 12:19pm cd tap:

nothing like a good 8" to put a stop to all the bullshit and allow us to play.
  12:20pm wally:

nice tracy ullman tune
Avatar 12:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

+ Gene Vincent, Cliff Gallup +
...not Loveless ! - *I* love it fwiw ; p ...
Avatar 12:22pm Elisa In Italy:

:) <3
Avatar 12:23pm cd tap:

say, what happened to all the good sleds, dammit? I broke our good one couple weeks back and all they have at the hardware store are disks and pathetic pieces of foam (same stuff the put in Subway dough).
Avatar 12:24pm Cheri Pi:

CDT, the hood of a car is the only sled you'll ever need.
Avatar 12:25pm cd tap:

that or a good ol' fashioned aluminum shed.
  12:26pm Woo:

Go Go Radio Moscow!
  12:27pm Toddophonic:

Are Red Magoos playing the closing ceremonies?
Avatar 12:27pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...that's what I told my goilfriend C-Pi
...but she *still* wanted to play in the snow...
Avatar 12:29pm herb.nyc:

since RADIO MOSCOW is in the house, i learned this from music pal BRYAN SWIRSKY, who writes - Weirdness Is My Life Dept: I'm going to be interviewed by John Schaefer on WNYC's Soundcheck tomorrow night. We're discussing the history of early 1980s Russian Soviet punk, with a special focus on the extremely fertile Siberian underground scene. Tune in at 9:00PM Tuesday to WNYC 93.9 or... THIS IS TONIGHT !!!
  12:32pm Toddophonic:

The flip of "Mini-Skirt" is "Kalamazoo Can Can Kangaroo".
Avatar 12:33pm cd tap:

first snow projection from Capital Weather Gang: 5-14".
Avatar 12:33pm cd tap:

obviously not Billy Childish either though sounds like him.
Avatar 12:34pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...You *made* me link to 'How the Beatles Rocked the Kremlin' :
- *again*...
Avatar 12:34pm Joe B:

Thanks Todd! and thanks Herb for the show info!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:36pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Good afternoon all. Joe , great start. Any Boris Badenov coming up?
Avatar 12:37pm herb.nyc:

you're welcome, joe. now let us all go to the russian front, and maybe we'll see colonel klink !!!
Avatar 12:38pm V Priceless:

Rockin' show, Joe!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:44pm Stevel:

Ooh, Jim Diamond stuff!
Avatar 12:44pm cd tap:

wow, solid tune Sweet Nothings.
Avatar 12:45pm Joe B:

hey matt! Hi Miss V! thanks everybody for tuning in and commenting!
Avatar 12:49pm InBrkly:

rock'n set. great way to start my morning.
Avatar 12:50pm Joe B:

John L you got it! thanks for the heads up!
Avatar 12:51pm Joe B:

cd tap, that is cool. must have been a cool group to cover the b-side!
  12:56pm Figures of Light:

Yes, you gotta BUY BEFORE YOU DIE, or before the KILLERS FROM SPACE get you!! Thanks, Joe!! FOL
Avatar 1:00pm MattBelow:

Go B Go!
  1:01pm Michael Downey:

Hey Joe, thanks for playing one of our new Figures of Light cuts. I've got the WFMU app on my phone and it works like a charm. As always, great show!
Avatar 1:01pm cd tap:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02pm Dominick:

Wow! now I know where Living Sickness came from
Avatar 1:05pm Joe B:

hey Michael & FOL, great cut!
  1:06pm Figures of Light:

Joe -- the whole BUY BEFORE YOU DIE CD was released today, with seven new cuts, on FOL Records. Michael and I both appreciate your support, to say the least!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06pm Alex of Chicago:

Awesome set.
Avatar 1:07pm V Priceless:

haha...um...it's "Mr", Joe - no harm, no foul! I don't believe we've met! How do you do, sir? Fine show you've got here!
  1:08pm Frank Above:

Damn, late to the party, but Gene Vincent is a great way to get right into it! Happy Birthday Catman!
Avatar 1:10pm cd tap:

Dang, I'm sitting here at work actually enjoying myself cuz of the music. Thanks Joe.
  1:14pm Woo:

Re: Weather- if it's any consolation it was minus 5 in Chicago this morning and Chris Christie is here all day.
  1:22pm Figures of Light:

Someone get Chris Christie some more Krispy Kremes, after his workout!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:22pm Mike East:

I lurk no more. Been enjoying the show.
  1:23pm John L.:

Thanks for the tune!
Avatar 1:24pm cd tap:

dj steve lewis? Huh, bet I know him.
  1:25pm Figures of Light:

CD Tap: Buy Before You Die = quality TWO note song, please! And I have always LOVED The Red Magoos! Why are they being unfairly marginalized?
Avatar 1:26pm cd tap:

FoL: sorry, slopping listening on my part.
  1:26pm LovecraftDude888:

I was stuck on a boat with The Smithereens coupla years ago heehee....River Cruise it was sweaty!
Avatar 1:27pm Dr. Goot:

Avatar 1:28pm cd tap:

this is..without a doubt..the best Beatles cover ever.
  1:29pm Figures of Light:

The U-Turns are much better than the original!! For real!! Great find!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:29pm Dominick:

Yes !~!
Avatar 1:30pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...is this what Lennon meant when he called it 'I Wanna Hold Your Head' ?...
  1:31pm Figures of Light:

  Swag For Life Member 1:31pm BarbR:

What about the anniversary of the Rutles on Ed Sullivan? ;-)
Avatar 1:32pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...or 'I Wanna Hold Your Man' - depending on his mood...
  1:32pm Figures of Light:

Micragirls -- another KILLER!! Joe, where do you find this stuff!! Just a killer set!!
  1:34pm Robert:

My opinion may not be widely shared, but "Give Me a Kiss" is a demonstration of how pedestrian most Beatles pieces were--so much so that they could be delivered in compact form like that.
  1:35pm Figures of Light:

Is this from the soundtrack of GET YOURSELF A COLLEGE GIRL?
  1:35pm Woo:

Robert, I do not share your opinion.
Avatar 1:36pm cd tap:

neither do I.
Avatar 1:36pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@Robert: It's Pop Music - the best Pop Music. Read 'Tell Me Why' by Tim Riley to have it broken down what & how much exactly they fit into two minutes...
Avatar 1:36pm Michael Shelley:

Really enjoying today's show!
Avatar 1:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- 'compact form' was the whole point...
  1:37pm Figures of Light:

We want the Stones!! We want the Stones!! We want the Stones!! We want the Stones!!
Avatar 1:39pm MattBelow:

I vote for Freddie
  1:40pm Figures of Light:

What about Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich?
  1:41pm Figures of Light:

Great -- THE STONES!!
Avatar 1:42pm cd tap:

Now THIS is a good tune by...who is this? Rollin' Stones? never heard of 'em.
Avatar 1:42pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Brian Jones slide...
  1:43pm Robert:

What you guys are writing about "pop music" is true. But the Beatles, who were excellent technically and could play anything well, were treated as if THEIR "pop music" compositions weren't like the rest of that kind. That gave them a reputation that allowed them to make a lot of money and produce some really interesting stuff, but MOST of their compositions--the ones that made them money--were cookie-cutter and so can easily be mashed up.
  1:43pm Figures of Light:

Gotta go to work -- killer set!! Keep on rocking!!
  1:43pm LovecraftDude888:

the zigzaggin Boulders
  1:43pm LovecraftDude888:

work is overrated
  1:43pm Figures of Light:

Robert, you try too hard!!
  1:46pm Robert:

If you think I try too hard, last night I read a youth football coach report that his children are so diligent, they often return to their completed homework to check or proofread it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:47pm paul b:

Recently saw a series of pictures on NPR's website of what the Washington Coliseum looks like today: www.npr.org... I had forgotten this is where the Beatles played. I pass it all the time (you can see it from the DC Metro red line just north of the Union Station stop)
  1:47pm LovecraftDude888:

homework...I would do it, usually, and get it over with ASAP. And then go play records.
Avatar 1:48pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@Robert: I agree that The Beatles took over the marketplace @ the expense of many others that were worthy - & that it's overstated that between Elvis & The Beatles there was nothing. That's actually something I'm very interested in. In fact - this here is a Program that notably champions those dispossessed - w/ Surf & Garage & the like.
- But The Beatles not worthy on merit? - uh uh. The Beatles were Destiny.
Avatar 1:53pm cd tap:

yeah, there was a difference in most of Beatles early stuff from everything else. Their chord progressions alone were kind of crazy given the state of rock/pop at the time. And each time they changed, they were slightly ahead (leading) everyone else. I think that's pretty significant.
Avatar 1:55pm cd tap:

AND, they were so dang funny...
Avatar 1:56pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah - The Beatles were a mature summation & concentration of most of what had gone before that was good - & pointing forward - like McGuinn saying The Beatles were already FolkRawk before The Byrds...& yeah, Style & Humor - so easy to take for granted now how much they were a departure from crew-cut 50s America...
  1:57pm LovecraftDude888:

I'm much of the theory that the Beatles were 10000x better as they went...Rubber Soul or Revolver onwards I'm much more into than the earliest stuff, by far. Esp. White Album and all that
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:57pm Mike East:

@cd tap - On one of the many recent looks back at the Beatles on the TV news, they show the Hard Days Night clip "How did you find America? Turn left at Greenland"....I once again cracked up like it was the first time I heard it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:57pm common:

exactly, joe.
Avatar 2:00pm cd tap:

@Mike: classic. I try to use that but no one ever says "how did you find so-and-so" anymore...
Avatar 2:00pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'1964' on PBS' 'American Experience' will bring it back where U.S. Culture was @ then :
Avatar 2:01pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Hard Day's Night' is so f'ing good.
Avatar 2:01pm Tom from Detroit:

I personally love the airport interview where they get asked "what about the claim you're just a bunch of English Elvises?....." and Ring and John start shaking their butts and shoulders all over the place screaming "it's not true, it's not true!......"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:02pm Mike East:

the other one that still gets me EVERY time is Ringo's: "I'm a Mocker" (mod/rocker)...and the woman's laugh afterward is hilarious as well.
Avatar 2:02pm cd tap:

"hey, bee-ahtol..."
  2:02pm Robert:

All I know is, when we saw them on Ed Sullivan, I was just as mystified as my parents and grampa what the big deal was. They didn't seem much different from other acts he had on, yet the girls were swooning.

OTOH, Elvis Presley was if anything UNDERrated as a performer. In 1969 my family dragged me to his comeback show in Las Vegas, and I went in thinking of his material as cornball, etc., but came out very impressed by how that guy could ENTERTAIN!
  2:03pm LovecraftDude888:

Mike isn't that bit also in Hard Day's Night with George doing it to the old stiff?
Avatar 2:03pm cd tap:

I was heavily into mod crap when I was a teenager..until I realized rockabilly was soooo much fucking cooler. Then I became a mocker.
Avatar 2:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The Beatles loved Elvis.
  2:05pm LovecraftDude888:

I became a gothmodmocker later on
Avatar 2:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& The Beatles love(d) Rockabilly...
  2:08pm John L.:

John sniffing a Coke bottle on the train...I wonder how many people caught that when "A Hard Day's Night" came out.
Avatar 2:09pm cd tap:

..well to be honest, a pumockernk
Avatar 2:10pm Tom from Detroit:

"Cahl Paaahkens...."
  2:10pm Beat-90:

Thank God someone finally paid attention to the Neil Young-cover deficit on this otherwise excellent program. And props to DJ Joe B. for getting right to work putting it right. I've been sitting at home wondering, "am I the only one who's wondering where the Neil Young covers are?" Nice to find out I'm not crazy or something.
  2:11pm jeg:

oh what s that...???
Avatar 2:12pm Whooda:

This set is the start of something magic or something swell
Avatar 2:12pm cd tap:

is it time for my first snack yet?
  2:14pm jeg:

mini bar?
  2:14pm jeg:

great show* thx
Avatar 2:15pm V Priceless:

new Bowie!
  2:18pm John L.:

Wow. That Steve Wynn was phenomenal. Just picked up the reissue of "Days Before Wine And Roses," which is great.
  2:22pm John L.:

I bet the Sadies could do a killer Schramms cover.
  2:25pm Beat-90:

I LOVE me some Black Country.
@Bobby Womack: and you're the MAN
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:27pm Mike East:

some badass fuzz guitar rigght there.
Avatar 2:28pm Whooda:

I want to touch that woman with the fuzzy guitar
  2:28pm Beat-90:

Hmmm...I wonder if there's a MR. Sharon Tandy...
Avatar 2:37pm cd tap:

good lord, just fell down a Wikipedia black hole cuz of that Sharon Tandy tune. You guys know Christie McVie's maiden name was Perfect?? Christine Perfect. What a name.
  2:37pm Woo:

I bought this F&G CD after hearing it here and I am glad I did.
  2:43pm LovecraftDude888:

Stevie Flawed?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:48pm SeanG:

gettin PSYCHED for the marathon!
Avatar 2:50pm Whooda:

DJ Joe Belock your show is a magnet that won't let go.
  2:57pm Beat-90:

Yeah, man, "magnetic"
Avatar 2:59pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...like Jackson Browne in some Rockumentary saying when The Beatles arrived - suddenly it was like there were these four people who Looked Right - & the whole rest of the World seemed Wrong
- likewise - ThreeChordMonte gets it so right & the rest if the world - wtf?...
  3:03pm micro review:

100% thumbs-up:
The Neil Young cover and the "Neil Young cover" That'll show 'em!

99% thumbs-up:
Blue Caps set. Just remember to play Crazy Legs next time

Thanks Joe B., have a great seven days
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